The University of Mount Union is home to nearly 90 student organizations where students can engage with opportunities that relate to their passions, interests, and in many cases, includes their academic course curriculum, too! These organizations range in type from academic to social, religious to service, as well as a variety of special interest organizations. Student organization membership provides an environment for students to connect with one another through a topic of mutual interest, and provide opportunities for cocurricular learning and leadership development. Student organizations are required to register with the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership and maintain current contact information for presidents and advisors, as well as accurate constitutions. Students can learn about becoming involved in these student organizations by participating in the Raiderfest Student Involvement Fair held during the first week of classes in the fall. Raiderfest is scheduled for Wednesday, August 23 from 4 pm to 6 pm in the Academic Mall.
To register your student organization for Raiderfest, please email email@example.com.
A complete listing of student organizations is found in our Student Organization Directory.
Students interested in starting a new student organization can learn about the process on this page, and obtain all necessary paperwork there, as well.
Student organizations enhance their effectiveness by utilizing the resources in the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership, becoming familiar with policies and procedures related to organizational operations, and educating members about the benefits and expectations associated with being part of an educational community. In support of the leadership development that takes place in student organizations, the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership staff serve as a resource center for active student organizations on campus. Student organization leadership and members can find out about policies and procedures that relate to their group by visiting the website and/or contacting a member of our staff. The Office of Student Involvement and Leadership staff are also available to assist student organizations in becoming more effective in providing their membership with a positive cocurricular experience.